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Riassunto: This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1878 Excerpt: ...years before--there is a most striking resemblance to the Hebrew legend of Joseph and his brethren. In the beginning of the Hawaiian legend the scene is laid in that ancient, well-remembered, and often-quoted home of the Polynesians, the Kua-ihelani of song and saga, situated in Kahiki-ku, and bordering on the ocean. nesians brought with them from their viz., that no other gods are referred ancient homesteads in the West. And to than to those primordial ones of it is possible that the legend was pre-Hawaiian theogony--Kane, Ku, and served in after times by the priest-Lono, the latter of whom is clearly hood, as offering a rational explana-recognised as the god of the atmo tion of the institution of the Kapu-sphere, of air and of water, the days of Ku. Another feature attests Lononoho-i-ka-wai of the Creatio the genuine antiquity of the legend, chants. This is about all that I have been able to collect of the most striking coincidences and similarity between Polynesian and Hebrew-Chaldean legends. The correspondence seems almost too great to be ascribed to the accidental development of the same train of ideas in the minds of people apparently so widely separated in time and distance as the Hawaiians and the Israelites. Two hypotheses may with some plausibility be suggested to account for this remarkable resemblance of folklore. One is, that during the time of the Spanish galleon trade, in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries A.c., between the Spanish main and Manilla, some shipwrecked people (Spaniards or Portuguese)--of whose arrival at these Hawaiian islands there can now be no doubt--had obtained sufficient influence to introduce these scraps of Bible history into the legendary lore of this people. The other hypothesis is, that at some remote period a ...

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Descrizione libro RareBooksClub. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. This item is printed on demand. Paperback. 84 pages. Dimensions: 9.7in. x 7.4in. x 0.2in.This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1878 Excerpt: . . . years before--there is a most striking resemblance to the Hebrew legend of Joseph and his brethren. In the beginning of the Hawaiian legend the scene is laid in that ancient, well-remembered, and often-quoted home of the Polynesians, the Kua-ihelani of song and saga, situated in Kahiki-ku, and bordering on the ocean. nesians brought with them from their viz. , that no other gods are referred ancient homesteads in the West. And to than to those primordial ones of it is possible that the legend was pre-Hawaiian theogony--Kane, Ku, and served in after times by the priest-Lono, the latter of whom is clearly hood, as offering a rational explana-recognised as the god of the atmo tion of the institution of the Kapu-sphere, of air and of water, the days of Ku. Another feature attests Lononoho-i-ka-wai of the Creatio the genuine antiquity of the legend, chants. This is about all that I have been able to collect of the most striking coincidences and similarity between Polynesian and Hebrew-Chaldean legends. The correspondence seems almost too great to be ascribed to the accidental development of the same train of ideas in the minds of people apparently so widely separated in time and distance as the Hawaiians and the Israelites. Two hypotheses may with some plausibility be suggested to account for this remarkable resemblance of folklore. One is, that during the time of the Spanish galleon trade, in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries A. c. , between the Spanish main and Manilla, some shipwrecked people (Spaniards or Portuguese)--of whose arrival at these Hawaiian islands there can now be no doubt--had obtained sufficient influence to introduce these scraps of Bible history into the legendary lore of this people. The other hypothesis is, that at some remote period a . . . This item ships from La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Codice libro della libreria 9781232001850

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